VLadimir King said Santa Fe’s public tennis courts have been largely neglected nearly half the time in the 30 years he has been involved with tennis in the city. King said he finds the cracks, litter and leaves that sometimes obstruct play to be a safety issue while teaching lessons,Read More →

When the weather clears up, there’s plenty to do outdoors in Oregon and Washington PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Spring break has started in the rain for many kids in Oregon and Washington, but the weather is expected to improve later in the week, which means it’s still time to enjoyRead More →

California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento (top left); Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve in San Diego (top right); Providence Mountains State Recreation Area in San Bernardino County (bottom left); Año Nuevo State Park in San Mateo County (lower right). Parks across the state will offer special community events with in-personRead More →

BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Parks and Recreation (NDPRD) and the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) are thrilled to announce a partnership designed to expand, enhance and support learning opportunities in outdoors for all public, private, and home-schooled students in North Dakota. September 2024. This partnershipRead More →

enlighten Communication provides dynamic integrated communications services spanning consumer and enterprise media relations, content, digital and social marketing, and issues and crisis management to clients spanning financial services and fintech, telecommunications, agriculture and technology. enlighten is looking for an outstanding Public Relations Consultant with 1-3 years of experience to joinRead More →

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Most of us don’t pretend to be irresponsible visitors to national parks. We adhere to the principles of Leave No Trace (LNT) and view marked off sections as no go zones – not barriers between us and the perfect photo shoot. But then we bend the rules with aRead More →

With so many of our must-do summer activities revised or canceled due to COVID-19, families will be spending more time with their loved ones than ever before. We know staying indoors is the best way to protect yourself (and others) from the coronavirus, but what do you do when you’reRead More →

East Lansing City Council resumed a policy resolution which streamlines the process for restaurants in the city to request an extension of outdoor seating. The resolution passed, 3-1, with Council Member George Brookover voting against. Mayor Ron Bacon was absent from Tuesday’s meeting. Of note is one item that wasRead More →

ALBANY — Governor Kathy Hochul announced the addition of nearly 1,200 acres to three state parks in the Hudson Valley, expanding New York State’s open space protection and ensuring the conservation of large blocks of contiguous forest land. The new park includes 946 acres at Hudson Highlands State Park PreserveRead More →